Global Microencapsulated Phase Change Materials (MPCM) in Textile and Mattress MarketsOutlook and Trends

Comfort through Body Temperature Regulation Drives Market Growth

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This market insight is about microencapsulated phase change materials (MPCM) as incorporated into textile components such as fibers, yarns, fabrics, foams and gels. These textile components, when used in manufacturing garments, apparel, bedding and mattresses, become endowed with temperature control properties. Temperature control relative to ambient temperature makes the wearer of the garment comfortable despite being in extreme weather conditions or while exercising, and provides comfortable sleep when applied to mattresses. The regional scope of this market insight report is global.

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Executive Summary—Microencapsulated Phase Change Materials (MPCM)Key FindingsMPCM ModelOpportunity DashboardMarket SnapshotValue Chain AnalysisStages of Research & Development (R&D)Introduction and Definitions—MPCM IntroductionMPCM Model—Discussion MPCM Model—Discussion (continued)Difference Between MPCM and Macroencapsulated PCMDifference from Macroencapsulated PCM (continued)Importance of MPCM Product DesignOrganic and Inorganic PCMsTotal MPCM Market in Textile and MattressMarket OverviewMarket DriversMarket RestraintsIndustry ChallengesIndustry Challenges (continued)Industry Challenges (continued)Value Chain and Competitive Analysis—MPCM Market In Textile and MattressValue Chain Analysis—Suppliers by End-use SegmentsCompetitive AnalysisCompetitive Analysis (continued)Competitive Analysis (continued)Technology Highlights—MPCM Market in Textile and MattressOrganic PCM ClassificationOrganic PCMs OverviewOrganic PCMs Overview (continued)Organic PCMs Overview (continued)Organic PCMs Overview (continued)Organic PCMs Overview (continued)Organic PCMs Overview (continued)Physical FormsStages of R&DStages of R&D (continued)General Selection CriteriaSelection Criteria in Body Temperature ApplicationsAverage Prices of MPCMCost Factors in MPCMCost Factors in MPCM (continued)Cost Breakup and Gross MarginsMarket Estimates and Forecast—MPCM Market in Textile and MattressRevenue ForecastRevenue Forecast by Type and RegionRevenue Forecast by RegionRevenue Forecast by Region DiscussionRevenue by Type and Product FormRevenue by Type and Product Form DiscussionPercent Revenue by Product FormPercent Revenue by Product Form (continued)Percent Revenue by Organic CategoryPercent Revenue by Organic Category DiscussionRevenue by Type and ApplicationPercent Revenue by End ApplicationsRevenue by ApplicationMarketed Products—MPCM Market in Textile and MattressFibers for ApparelFibers for Bedding and MattressFibers for Bedding and Mattress (continued)Fabrics for ApparelFabrics for Bedding and MattressFoams and Gels for Bedding and MattressFoams and Gels for Bedding and Mattress (continued)Foams and Gels for Bedding and Mattress (continued)Coatings on Fibers and FabricsSub-Sectors—MPCM Market in Textile and MattressImpact of Growth in Smart TextilesImpact of Growth in Smart Textiles (continued)Impact of Growth in Smart Textiles (continued)Impact of Growth in Smart Textiles (continued)Thermal Regulation ConceptMattress and UpholsteryApparelShare by Sub-SectorsPorter’s 5 Forces—MPCM Market in Textile and MattressPorter’s 5 Forces—Overview Porter’s 5 Forces—Competitors and SuppliersPorter’s 5 Forces—Customers and New EntrantsPorter’s 5 Forces—SubstitutesLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue PropositionGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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